3 Ways to Reduce Reservation No Shows at Your Restaurant

Did you know that the average restaurant reservation no show rate is about 20%? That’s 20% of potential profits left at abandoned tables.

But there are techniques you can use at your restaurant to reduce the number of no shows, ensuring you keep more money in your pockets.

Want to stop leaving money on the table? Follow these tips.

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by Katie McCann

Katie is a former Content Marketing Specialist at TouchBistro where she writes about food and restaurant experiences. She doesn’t shy away from the finer things in life, but no matter how much success she continues to acquire, she stays true to her roots and still considers imitation crab as gourmet. If she isn’t writing, you can find her on a patio with friends and a pitcher of white wine sangria.

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